Future Print Virtual Conference Issues New Technologies In Two Weeks

Future Print Virtual conference will feature talks from leading experts and explore the key trends, latest technology and industry disruption.

With the continued evolution of digital inkjet printing technology, the conference will consider new techniques and best practice for effective adaptability.

The FuturePrint Conference will provide a forum for knowledge exchange, discussion and high-level networking which will be graced by manufacturing experts and print production professionals.

The drastic impact of Covid-19 has accelerated change and this has revealed opportunity for innovative print technology.

Future Print Virtual conference speakers includes, Dario Urbinati, Actega Metal Print,Taylor Buckthorpe, Colordyne Technologies,Francois Martin, Bobst

Eviatar Halevi, HPMatt Brooks, Inca DigitalStephen Heinjens, MutohHeiner Muller, OGSMarc Graindourze, AgfaPeter Bergstein, Bergstein Marvin Jensen, MankiewiczDorinda Gibbons, Profile Recruitment Ryna Macabee, Keypoint IntelligenceColin McMahon, Keypoint Intelligence Christian Weyer, Zaikio Carsten Brinkmeyer, Hymmen Koen Santesgoeds, Integration TechnologyKelvin Bell, Vpress Milo Ferchow, Vpress Stefan Van Waalwijk Van Doorn, TNO Holst Centre Roland Biemans, LMNS Phil McMullin, Epson Guy Martin, Epson Rob Karsten, Phoseon Technology Nova Abbott, Kavalan Dave Gray, Ricoh Dave Varty, Ricoh Mark Bale, DoDxAct Patrick Herman, InPrint Show Jonathan Malone-McGrew, Solimar Systems,Mary Ann Rowan, Solimar Systems Anthony Carignano, Actega North America amongst others.

Commenting on the event, FuturePrint Co-Founders said: “While 2020 has been a challenging year across every sector, in 2021 we see a boom emerging from the wreckage of the COVID crisis. In order for us to optimise our general performance, now is the time to look at how technology can enable us to adapt and solve the problems of today and tomorrow. While it has been a troubling time, there is now some light at the end of the tunnel’’.

“At the conference we aim to bring some context to the changing landscape and the challenges that businesses are facing, and provide a chance for people to come together to share their insights, learn from their peers and discuss how we can find the best technology solutions and practices to modern print challenges’’.

“We have got another superb line up including some exciting new partners in Colordyne Technologies, Zaikio, Bergstein, Mankiewicz and content from Meta Additive and we look forward to welcoming you to our first event of 2021.”

Going Virtual the Conference will be run as a fully virtual event. The event will retain all of the main features of our physical conference programme – with keynote talks, breakouts, live Q&A and Networking.